November Food Drive

This November we will be accepting non-perishable food donations at all of our Harnish Auto Family dealerships in Puyallup and Everett. Subaru, Volkswagen, and Chevrolet Buick GMC of Puyallup will be donating to the Puyallup Food Bank, and Kia and Chevrolet of Everett will be donating to the Snohomish County Food Bank Coalition. We are grateful to partner with these two amazing organizations for another year!
 
Click the logos here or read below to learn more about the organizations we have partnered with this month!
  
Puyallup Food Bank 
Who are we? The Puyallup Food Bank's has been serving their neighbors for 50 years. Their core values are to provide relief, serve generously, and give hope. They believe the gift of hope is the most important thing that they can provide to their clients. 
What do we do? Provide food to those in need with dignity to utilize food surpluses eliminating waste. As a distribution center, we save countless dollars for other food banks, nonprofits and charitable agencies by providing an efficient and centralized location for collecting and distributing food. 
Why should you donate? The Puyallup Food Bank acknowledges that food is the first step, helping their clients while they are at a time in their life when they are struggling for any number of reasons. They go the extra mile to help their clients find jobs, whether it be with them or with one of their community partners.
Snohomish County Food Bank Coalition
Who are we? The Coalition had its beginnings in the 1980s when Bertha Patapoff decided to bring everyone she knew from the local food banks together to start distributing through various food banks. They have since grown to help 18 food banks in the Snohomish area. 
What do we do? Serving Clients all over Snohomish County, we meet every first Monday to discuss best practices and distribute additional resources made possible by our partners like Harnish Auto Family.
Why should you donate? The Snohomish County Food Bank Coalition served over 425,000 residents over the last year. Coming together as a group of food banks we are able to help so many of our neighbors as a group than we could as individuals.